Build a post and beam barn kit like this one.
If you are comfortable using some simple power and hand tools, you can build your own barn. Are you handy with a hammer? Skilled with a circular saw? Can you twist a wrench? Can you drive a fork lift? If so, you can build a post and beam barn from a kit. Here is why...
You have a plan.
No need to scratch your head trying to figure out how all these posts and beams go together. With a kit you have a professionally drawn set of plans and a step by step construction guide that are easy to follow.
You have a helping hand if you get stuck.
If at any time during your project you find yourself scratching your head. Feel free to give us a call. We will help you get unstuck and on your way to building your dream barn.
You have the right stuff.
No need to worry about whether you have enough material to build your barn. Everything you need is included in your kit. Just follow the step by step guide and you will be sure to have everything you need.
You really can do this!
Your barn is designed to be built with ease. We will be here to help you every step of the way. Building a post and beam barn from a kit is as easy as assembling a Lego toy or building and erector set. It's just on a bigger scale. Don't be overwhelmed by the size of your project. If you go slow and follow the step by step process...you will have a traditional timber frame barn that you can be proud of.
Jan 15, 20 11:15 AM
The barn is about 45 years old. It is oak boards with a beautiful silvery sheen. It was built by my husband and I. It has a hay loft the whole second floor.
Jan 07, 20 12:12 PM
The Garber Barn2 is a 40 ft x 55 ft hand-hewn pine and oak mix barn frame built in the 1870s. It has four bays.The wall height is 16 ft 7 in and it is
Jan 03, 20 11:04 AM
This historic crib barn was built in mid- to late-1800s to store hay and house mules. It is located near Berger, Missouri and was built by Henry Louis
Jan 03, 20 11:01 AM
This barn is about 100 years old, thought to be made of chestnut, has a metal roof, rough sawn 8x8 beams, (2) 36x16 hay lofts, (1) 16x11 hay loft, a 16
Dec 19, 19 10:10 AM
The barn is all saw cut. Most of the beams are 10x10 with wood dowels. It has a hay loft and the floor is two layers thick and are 1x10. The floor joist
Dec 02, 19 09:36 AM
The barn was built in the early 1900’s around the same time as the 1928 farm house that resides on this beautiful property. The barn is 40X60 with plank
Dec 02, 19 09:33 AM
Outstanding non-typical repurposed barn frame for sale. This 40'x61' circa late 1830's is loaded with big handhewn timbers. All upright post are a full
Dec 02, 19 09:32 AM
This circa 1850's frame measures 30'x51'. All handhewn timbers measure full 12x12 with 12x12 tie beams. You have (3) 17' bays, with only 2 center post.
Nov 22, 19 09:50 AM
Old Barn that we would like to be reclaimed. The roof feel in on the 2nd floor during a heavy snow fall. Many large beams and siding still good. Looking
Nov 18, 19 11:37 AM
Circa 1800's barn. Hand Hewn beams from 7 feet to has long has 30 feet. All in good shape. Oak wood. Looking for buyer to tear down and re-purpose.
Nov 12, 19 05:20 PM
According to our local auditors site, this barn was built in 1901. Dimensions are 30x40ft. I could be wrong but It appears to be board and batten and
Nov 07, 19 08:48 AM
This beautiful barn is a 30 x 30 tobacco barn on our 97 acre farm. This sits next to a creek and little waterfall. All the old timers in this community
Oct 31, 19 09:54 PM
I followed these plans and the coop turned out great. I made a few modifications. I skipped the windows, and made the legs about another half foot taller
Oct 28, 19 09:10 AM
We have a 50x35 Horse barn with 2 hay lofts. One is 35x14 and the other is 35x24. Beams are 24' long. Barn is located near Waldron, Michigan. Please
Oct 25, 19 09:26 PM
I have a old 24'x50' barn for sale, unsure of the year and species. The barn is still structurally sound and dry. Barn is 2 story with internal silo.